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Pre-wedding photoshoots have a tremendously glamorous end result, easily making every ounce of preparation feel entirely worth it. And we know how stressed couples can feel beforehand, attempting to seek out the best spots. But as tiny as our sunny island may be, there are pockets of hidden gems all around, sites which can help create the most wondrous of wedding albums.
Whether your vision is contemporary or traditional, lively or serene, we've got it covered in our list below. And would you believe that Singapore is so filled to the brim with exciting backdrops, that these options barely skim the surface of what's available?
Henderson Waves Bridge
Probably one of the most popular spots for wedding photography, the elegant curves of Henderson Waves Bridge have graced the pages of many wedding albums. And there's good reason why too. Its beauty is astounding no matter how it's angled, even casting the most beautiful shadows in the day.
Not far behind on the favourites list is the Helix Bridge, another popular site couples usually select to pose for their wedding photographs. Besides its interesting structure, the bridge lights up wonderfully at night, making it perfect sense to shoot vivid wedding imagery there once the sun goes down.
2. Surrounded By Nature
Gardens By The Bay
When we think of lush scenery, Gardens By The Bay almost instantaneously pops up in our heads. A treasure trove of scenic backgrounds, couples can include the towering supertrees or vibrant flower domes into their photographs. And no matter which backdrop you choose, we're sure it'll turn out looking splendid.
For those who have always dreamed of fairytales, we reckon the Botanic Gardens might fulfill those fantasies. The place looks like a princess' backyard, filled with an endless array of flora. It's also accompanied by majestic structures all around, so even if you hop under a gazebo and get your wedding pictures take there, it automatically looks romantic.
3. A Pinch Of Culture
If you're having a culturally themed wedding, then of course shooting at Singapore's heritage sites tie in beautifully. But even if you aren't, these places can add a pinch of rich culture to your wedding album. You won't even need to do much to make these cultural backdrops stand out, since they've had life breathed into them for so long, every nook and cranny tied to a story or tradition.
National Museum of Singapore
Having your wedding photographs taken at the National Museum of Singapore will cater to those who love simplicity. With effortless grandeur gracing both its interior and exterior, you'll easily find a handful of photogenic spots. Not to mention, the abundance of light streaming will possibly make your wedding album look magical.
Red Dot Museum
Something a little more funky, the Red Dot Museum is an ideal site for couples who prefer a wedding album injected with colour and life. Its red exterior will invite lots of positive attention, and we love that your wedding outfits will create a lovely contrast against such an outstanding shade.
Raffles Hotel is not only incredibly grand, but has a rich heritage as well. It can be seen from every corner of the hotel, so picking spots for your wedding photographs won't be all that hard. We don't exactly know where to start, since its got an amazing view of the structure from the outside, lovely wooden floorboards on the inside and beautiful windows on every window. Gosh, even a shot inside their vintage lift works.
Boutique Hotels. Credit: kkwu.wordpress.com
If you prefer something a little more contemporary, there are a whole bunch of boutique hotels you can choose from around the island. For starters we'd recommend checking out Wanderlust Hotel, New Majestic Hotel and The Forest By Wangz. There are a whole slew of other boutique hotel options available though, so take your time and sift through each of them.
6. Something Unexpected
Couples willing to pose in a more playful scene can have a go at Universal Studios Singapore, with seven differently themed zones you can explore. The joyous vibes will be successfully conveyed, whether or not you're including an eclectic mix of sticking to a single zone throughout the wedding album.
If either of you have a soft spot for sea creatures, or are intrigued by what lives in the big blue ocean, it would be a pretty interesting idea to do a pre-wedding photoshoot in the S.E.A Aquarium. And as you pose in front of the gigantic tank, some fishy friends can even wave a small hello.
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